Philadelphia officials said yesterday the city's fiscal 1991 deficit could be more than $50 million below their earlier estimates of $219 million.

City officials said preliminay audits have found about $64.7 million of unexpected revenues and cost savings in last year's budget, which ended June 30. But a recent arbitration decision with city unions could swallow a big chunk of that amount.

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